Before choosing the best light armor, we will determine why they are needed at all. After all, there are heavy ones with much more impressive protection characteristics. Why wear light armor? It has a lower weight, both in the inventory and on the character. Therefore, he will be more mobile and agile in battle. If you are not used to tanking and like to write pirouettes in the face of the enemy, take light armor. But wearing it will make you engage less in hand-to-hand confrontation and attack more often from a distance.As you may have guessed, light armor is ideal for archers, and it also suits magicians. Now let’s move on to the armor itself, which has already established itself on the battlefield and is loved by thousands of Skyrim fans and will choose skyrim best light armor.
Dragon Scale Armor. This set of armor provides maximum protection in its class, and therefore is considered the best. If we talk about the characteristics, then all the elements of equipment (helmet, shield, gloves, boots and cuirass) together give 111 units of protection against physical damage and at the same time weigh only 26 units.
True, you cannot find ready-made scaly armor in the game. Have to craft. And since we are talking about the belonging of armor to dragons, you have to kill them and collect materials. Get dragon scales, skin strips and iron ingots. In addition, upgrade Blacksmithing to hundreds and then open the Dragon Armor perk. The requirements are very serious, but the result will exceed all your expectations.
The Alfa Romeo Owners’ Club of Australia (AROCA) is a vibrant club, supporting Alfa Romeo owners & enthusiasts. The Club was formed in Melbourne in August 1969. Since then the Club has grown to include Divisions in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia. with regional Chapters in some Divisions as well. AROCA also maintains a National Office which is currently based in Queensland.
The affairs of AROCA Victoria are managed by a committee who meet each month and work to ensure that the club meets the needs and interests of its membership. Please refer to the contacts page for the current committee members. The Club holds its Annual General Meeting in March each year at which members vote for each of the committee positions and receive reports from each committee member.
As an incorporated body AROCA Victoria operates under Articles of Association which requires a report to be submitted to Victoria’s Department of Consumer Affairs each year.
The Club also has a National Coordinator who maintains the communication links between each state division and Fiat Chrysler Australia, the importer of Alfa Romeos into Australia.
The Club supports an active group of Alfisti in the Ballarat region, referred to as the Goldfields Chapter. They conduct a number of events for members in the region. Given the proximity to Melbourne, many Melbourne based members join these events too.
The Club has a number of Model Registers with Register Captains who provide an avenue for owners to source technical and other information about their particular model of Alfa Romeo. Register Captains also organise and run events for their Register as well as contributing articles to the club magazine and newsletter.
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Click here to view the full list of registers and contact details for the Register Captains.
AROCA Victoria is honoured to have as it’s patron, David Wright. David was one of the Club’s founding members and has been involved with Alfa Romeos as an employee of a dealer for Alfa Romeo Australia for most of his working life. He is also a published author in the field of Alfa Romeos and one of the country’s foremost experts on Alfa Romeo in Australia from pre-war to current.
Over the years the Club has awarded Life Membership to the following members for their long and outstanding service to AROCA Victoria.
|John Edwards (dec) 1979|
|Ann Beck 1983||Don Dickson (dec) 1983||Anne Woolnough (dec) 1988|
|Tom Woolnough (dec) 1988|
|Norm Craven-Kelly (dec) 1990||Don Matthews 1990||Ernie Stock (dec) 1990|
|Joan Stock 1990||David Wright 1990||Brian Horman (dec) 1991|
|Ray Sharp (dec) 1991||Colin Beck (dec) 1994||David Floyd 1998|
|Hugh Harrison 2005||Wendy Harrison 2005||Victor Lee 2005|
|Ross Flood 2007||Marie Sharp 2007||Vincent Sharp 2007|
|Andrew Carra 2011||Neil Choi 2011||Bruno Colautti 2011|
|Mary Colautti 2011||Stuart Thomson 2011||Anthony Sharp 2012|
|Alister Grigg 2014||Colin Thomas 2014||Barry Edmunds 2016|
|John Hanslow 2018|
Club nights are held on the second Wednesday of each month (with the exception of January) usually at Bells Hotel in South Melbourne, starting at 8pm with relatively informal procedures, comprising reports from committee members, club news, buy/swap/sell announcements and quite often a guest speaker. New members and visitors are always welcome.
Meals are available in the hotel’s bistro and many members arrive early for dinner prior to the meeting.
A regular feature on the Club’s calendar are the Sunday Morning Drives (aka EMRs). These enable members to get together to enjoy a drive along Alfa Romeo friendly roads in the country-side not too far out of Melbourne.
Sunday Morning Drive start times are usually around 8am to 9am (depending on destination) with a half way stop for a break and then finishing at an appropriate venue for lunch.
AROCA Vic has a shop which stocks a range of Alfa Romeo merchandise, including clothing, model cars, keyrings, stickers, stubby holders and other Alfa Romeo memorabilia. Click here to view the club shop page showing the current selection.
The Club produces a Bi-monthly full-colour magazine, Cross + Serpent which is posted to members, and monthly newsletter, Notizie Alfisti, which is distributed to members via email. Both publications provide reports on club events, details of upcoming club events, club news, general interest articles on all manner of topics, usually Alfa Romeo related, lots of photographs of club members at events and classified advertisements.
The Club’s major annual Show & Shine and Concorso display, Spettacolo, is held in November each year. The Spettacolo venue has been at the Wesley College’s Mt Waverly campus for the past few years, however, due to the Coronavirus Pandemic it may have to be held elsewhere this year.
All Alfa Romeo enthusiasts, members and non-members alike, are encouraged to attend Spettacolo, and are invited to display their pride and joy in either the Concorso or the Wash ‘n’ Shine competitions. The Club’s Committee members, Club Membership officers, Club Shop (club merchandise), food and coffee are all available throughout the day.
Trophies, which are donated by the Club’s Sponsors, are presented to the winners from each class and photographs are taken of the winning cars for the Club’s magazine Cross + Serpent.
AROCA is one of the most active car clubs in Victoria, conducting The Alfa Romeo Owners Club Sprint Series over 8 Rounds at Sandown International Raceway (Melbourne), Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Broadford Raceway, and Winton Raceway (Benalla) as well as The Alfa Club Team Relay at Winton Raceway and a motorkhana at Werribee.
Member participation in sprints and other competition events is welcomed as a means of entering open competition. New members who have not competed previously are encouraged to use sprint events as the ideal way to improve their driving skills in a controlled and low pressure supervised environment.
The Alfa Club Team Relay is a team based regularity relay event open to teams from car clubs of 4 to 6 drivers. Each driver nominates a time which the driver must not go under; or the lap will not count. For every lap which the driver completes over the nominated time, the team scores a lap and for every lap done within one second of the driver’s time a bonus lap is awarded. The winning team is the team whose lap totals are closest to their possible total and is calculated based on each driver’s nominated time compared to actual running time, and is then doubled to take into account bonus laps. Therefore the winner is the team that is most consistent rather than the fastest.
Motorkhanas are non-speed events in which competitors compete against the clock in a series of tests around witches’ hats. These events are a great way of learning and testing a driver’s car control skills with little risk of damage to the car. For new drivers motorkhanas offer the best possible environment for learning car control.
The Club runs events under the auspices of MotorSport Australia (formerly CAMS) and Australian Auto-Sport Alliance (AASA), the two bodies that control motor sport in Australia.
The Club runs a day of racecraft and driver training at the Winton Circuit near Benalla in Central Victoria. During the racecraft training sessions drivers undergo classroom and practical sessions under the supervision of experienced instructors to learn cornering lines, braking and gear shifting skills.
General driver training is also run under the watchful eye of experienced instructors and participants are put through a series of tests aimed at teaching car control during braking and swerving manoeuvres and accident avoidance skills.
Junior learner drivers are accompanied by a licensed parent during the classroom and practical sessions have proven to provide life saving experience in car control and accident avoidance skills in a safe and supervised environment.
AROCA Victoria History
The Alfa Romeo Owners’ Club of Australia was formed in August 1969, when a group of like-minded Alfa Romeo owners met in Melbourne to form a club so that they could get together to share and enjoy their common interest.
The first meeting was conducted at the Light Car Club of Australia’s clubrooms in Melbourne. Since then the Club has enjoyed a very rich history with a membership that continues to grow in Victoria and nationally.
Divisions have been established in each of the states New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia. Several states also support regional Chapters of their Division. e.g. The Goldfields Chapter based in Ballarat and the Canberra Chapter which is affiliated with the NSW Division.
AROCA also maintains an office for the coordination of AROCA nationally: https://alfaclub.org.au
Alfesta, which was first held in the 1970s, is the annual gathering of Alfisti from around Australia. Usually held at Easter, the event is held in a different state each year with participants gathering for four days of fun and social events which can range from games for the young and old, to tours of local attractions, an observation run, a show ‘n’ shine and finishing with a formal dinner at which the various Alfesta event trophies are handed out. Many club members have been regulars at Alfesta for many years and they look forward to catching up with old friends and renewing longstanding friendships.
ALFESTA 2023 is being hosted by AROCA Queensland. Details of the event are available here: www.alfesta2023.net/
Historic information on Alfesta is available on the national AROCA site at https://alfaclub.org.au